NARCAP Technical Reports

Report
Number
                             Technical Reports
15
Jumbo Jet Encounters UAP Soon After Take-off from LAX on September 27, 1996
Richard F. Haines Chief Scientist July 8, 2012  
14
Project Sphere
Dr. Richard Haines, Editor in Chief, 2010
13
Analysis of Digital Photographs of Commercial Airplane and Small UAP
on November 8, 2009
Dr. Richard F. Haines November 27, 2009
12
Small White Ball of Light Flies Near Airliner: Investigation of High Resolution, Digital,
Color Photographs of July 3, 2005 at 2031 Hrs., Palo Alto, California
Dr. Richard F. Haines
11
A Review of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Designs and Operational Characteristics
Terrell J. Osborn, Ph.D.
10
Report of an Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon and its Safety Implications at O'Hare
International Airport on November 7, 2006
Dr. Richard Haines, Chief Editor with K. Efishof, D. Ledger, L.Lemke, S. Maranto, W. Puckett, T. Roe, M. Shough, R.
Uriarte, 200
9
Analysis of Digital Video Aerial Event of October 23, 2004 at Osaka , Japan
Dr.Richard F. Haines and William Puckett 2007
8
Aviation Safety in America - Under-Reporting Bias of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena
and Recommended Solutions Ted Roe 2004
7
Analysis of a Photograph of a High Speed Ball of Light
. Dr. Richard F. Haines 2002
6
Radar Catalog (RADCAT) A Review of Twenty One Ground and Airborne Radar UAP
Contact reports Generally Related to Aviation Safety for the Period October 15,
1948 to September 19, 1976 Martin Shough, United Kingdom 2002
5
Aircrew Survey Project
Dr. Richard F. Haines and Ted Roe 2001
4
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena - Eighty Years of Pilot Sightings: Catalog of Military,
Airliner, Private Pilots sightings from 1916 to 2000 Dominique Weinstein 2001
3
A Preliminary Study of Sixty-four Pilot Sighting Reports Involving Alleged
ElectroMagnetic Effects on Aircraft Systems
Dr. Richard F. Haines and Dominique Weinstein  2001
2
Results of an Informal NARCAP Advisor Survey
Dr. Richard F. Haines., 2001
1
Aviation Safety in America – A Previously Neglected Factor
Dr.Richard F. Haines 2000
Topical Reviews

          
6
Analysis of Selected Ground Witness Reports of Airplanes and Unidentified
Aerial Phenomena Visually Near to One Another
NARCAP Research Associate Dan Lee, NARCAP Science Chief R. F. Haines, NARCAP Research
Associate
Anthony Mugan
5
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Unidentified Aerial Phenomena: Can we tell
them apart?
Dr. Richard Haines, NARCAP Chief Scientist and Wayne Reed, Research Associate

4
Extreme Manned Helicopters: A Review
Richard C. Eaton, ATP (ret.) NARCAP Research Associate
Copyright April 30, 2013

2
Recommended Actions to Improve the Current Climate of Denial within the Aviation
World about Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and Related Commentary
Richard F. Haines, November 18, 2010



2a
Acciones Recomendadas para Mejorar el Presente Ambiente de Rechazo al interior del
Mundo Aeronáutico acerca de los Fenómenos Aéreos No Identificados y Comentarios
Relacionados*
Richard F. Haines, November 18, 2010

1
A Comparative Analytical and Observational Study of North American Databases on
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena
MASSIMO TEODORANI, Ph.D. Astrophysicist, Researcher, Science Writer NARCAP Research Associate
Investigator Support Papers
International Air Safety Reports
International Technical Specialist Reports
  UAP IMAGED FROM AIRCRAFT  
By Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos Manager, FOTOCAT Project. NARCAP Rep, Spain
and Richard F. Haines, Ph.D. Chief Scientist, NARCAP
  600cases of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) Reported by Military and Civilian
Pilots
Dominique F. Weinstein NARCAP International Technical Specialist - France
Member of GEIPAN/CNES2 College of experts - France, September 2009
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